"As a new student of intelligence testing, I found the coverage of the WISC-IV to be extremely helpful. Everything from statistical and conceptual underpinnings to practical uses and limitations is concisely discussed. The abundant checklists and examples really help put the information into context. It reads easily and makes a handy reference for both administration and academic study. I would certainly recommend it to anyone starting out on the WISC-IV who wants to build a strong understanding of the instrument."
- Scott Hoffman, Minnesota State University
"The WISC-IV and WPPSI-III Supplement gives an excellent overview of these new important instruments. It is both comprehensive and readable and upholds the Sattler tradition of excellence. It is thorough and well-written; a must-have reference for students and clinicians in the field of child assessment."
- Dr. Julie Rubin, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
"The WISC-IV and WPPSI-III Supplement is a lifesaver! Essential for students and professionals."
- Dr. Patti Van Eys, Vanderbilt University
"An excellent merger of both theory and practice."
- Dr. Cynthia Simpson, Sam Houston State University
"The WISC-IV and WPPSI-III Supplement is well written, easy to read, and chock full of helpful administrative and interpretive tips."
- Timothy Lionetti, Marywood University
From the Jerome M. Sattler, Publisher, Inc. Web site, April, 2005
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Chapter 1. Weschler Intelligence Scale for Children-IV (WISC-IV): Description
A Note about Terminology Standardization Standard Scores, Scaled Scores, and Test-Age Equivalents Reliability Validity Intercorrelations for Subtests and Composites Demographic Variables Factor Analysis Range of Subtest and Process Score Scaled Scores Range of Full Scale IQs Comparison of the WISC-IV and WISC-III Administering the WISC-IV Short Forms Choosing Between the WISC-IV and the WPPSI-III and Between the WISC-IV and the WAIS-III Administering the WISC-IV to Children with Disabilities Assets Limitations Concluding Comment Thinking Through the Issues Summary Key Terms, Concepts, and Names Study Questions
Chapter 2. WISC-IV Core Subjects
Block Design Similarities Digit Span Picture Concepts Coding Vocabulary Letter-Number Sequence Matrix Reasoning Comprehension Symbol Search Thinking Through the Issues Summary Key Terms, Concepts, and Names Study Questions
Chapter 3. WISC-IV Supplemental Subtests
Picture Completion Cancellation Information Arithmetic Word Reasoning Thinking Through the Issues Summary Key Terms, Concepts, and Names Study Questions
Chapter 4. Interpreting the WISC-IV
Profile Analysis A Successive Level Approach to Test Interpretation Steps in Analyzing a Protocol The Composites Estimated Percentile Ranks and Test-Age Equivalents for Raw Scores Suggestions for Reporting Composites and Subtests Illustration of a Portion of a Psychological Report Comment on Interpreting the WISC-IV Report Writing Guidelines Psychological Evaluation Test Your Skill Thinking Through the Issues Summary Key Terms, Concepts, and Names Study Questions
Chapter 5. Wechsler Primary and Preschool Scale of Intelligence-III: Description
A Note About Terminology Standardization Standard Scores, Scaled Scores, and Test-Age Equivalents Reliability Validity Intercorrelations for Subtests and Composites Demographic Variables Factor Analysis Range of Subtest Scaled Scores Range of Full Scale IQs Comparison of the WPPSI-III with WPPSI-R Administering the WPPSI-III Short Forms Choosing Between the WPPSI-III and the WISC-IV Choosing Between the WPPSI-III and the Bayley Infant Scales of Development-II Administering the WPPSI-III to Children with Disabilities Assets Limitations Concluding Comment Thinking Through the Issues Summary Key Terms, Concepts, and Names Study Questions
Chapter 6. WPPSI-III Core Subtests
Block Design Information Matrix Reasoning Vocabulary Picture Concepts Word Reasoning Coding Thinking Through the Issues Summary Key Terms, Concepts, and Names Study Questions
Chapter 7. WPPSI-III Supplemental and Optional Subtests
Symbol Search Comprehension Picture Completion Similarities Receptive Vocabulary Object Assembly Picture Naming Thinking Through the Issues Summary Key Terms, Concepts, and Names Study Questions
Chapter 8. Interpreting the WPPSI-III
Profile Analysis A Successive Level Approach to Test Interpretation Steps in Analyzing a Protocol The Composites Estimated Percentile Ranks and Test-Age Equivalents for Raw Scores Comment on Interpreting the WPPSI-III Thinking Through the Issues Summary Key Terms, Concepts, and Names Study Questions Appendix A Tables for the WISC-IV Appendix B Tables for the WPPSI-III Appendix C Tables for the WISC-IV and WPPSI-III
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